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Cheerleader Spotlight: DBC Hayley


Tenure:Second year **Hometown:Johnston, Iowa College:La James International College, Aveda Institute Denver Occupation:Small business owner Nickname: Hay Mac, Hay, H&M


Movie/TV show: "Step Brothers" and anything on HGTV
Song to dance to: "Wannabe" by the Spice Girls
Junk food: Voodoo DoughnutsDream car: G-Wagon Color: PinkSuperhero: Wonder WomanHoliday: ChristmasAnimal: Dogs- especially my parent's dog, ChowderQuote: "In the end, we only regret the chances we didn't take."

What does being a DBC mean to you?
Being a DBC means the world to me. I get to be a part of the most amazing organization in the NFL. I get to be a role model for young girls in our [Junior Denver Broncos Cheer] program. I am excited to share my passion for dance with all the fans and cheer on the Broncos.

Who is your hero?
My mom — she is my rock! She is always there for me no matter what and is truly my best friend.

What was the first concert you ever went to?
The first concert I went to was Keith Urban at the Iowa State Fair. I remember singing all the words to the songs and dancing with my friends.

If there were a movie made about your life, which celebrity would you want to play you? Who would play your parents?
I would want Blake Lively to play me, Jon Hamm for my dad and Amy Poehler for my mom. My parents are pretty much goofballs 24/7.


Meet Hayley, a second-year Denver Broncos Cheerleader.

What is your dream vacation destination?**
I would love to go to Bora Bora and stay in a tiki hut over the ocean.

When did you first start dancing or cheerleading?
I started dancing when I was 3 and cheerleading when I was in middle school.

In 10 years I see myself…
I hope to see myself expanding my business. I would love to travel more and take advantage of all the activities Colorado has to offer.

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to be a dance teacher. 

What advice would you give your younger self?
Don't sweat the small stuff and enjoy life!

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